Even the smallest companies can be challenged by poor internal communications. Fortune- sized enterprises? Sure. But small- and mid-sized business? Yes, it happens too often in these businesses. You might ask how and why that can happen when you have an employee base of less than 200 and everyone works in the same facility. I asked that question after observing poor communications--and the negative effects of having a workforce which is not aligned--hurt business performance—over and over.
Today’s approach to the topic of “failure to communicate” will explore an innovative way to improve communications—focusing on building an “internal” network.
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About Mark's Guest:
A facilitator & coach since 2009, Graham Dobbin has worked with clients in the UK, USA, Africa & Australia. Having owned and managed several companies he brings practical experience of leading change and developing sales & leadership teams. Originally from Scotland and now resident in New York.
Graham is passionate about authenticity and context working with teams from middle management to C-Suite in a wide range of industries. Facilitating programs for diverse senior leadership, teams in car manufacturing, nuclear processing plants & the world’s largest co-working provider.